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" ... into the stable belongs to my uncle. CHAPTER V. Equivalents. Strong men = Men of strength. A thorny bush = A bush with thorns. Study diligently = Study with diligence. The storm grows wilder = The storm is growing wilder. Does of strength denote the... "
First Lessons in English - Page 50
by Alfred Hix Welsh - 1888 - 205 pages
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The Elements of Language and Grammar: A Practical Course for Use in ...

Alfred Hix Welsh - English language - 1894 - 224 pages
...= The storm is growing wilder. Does of strength denote the same idea as strong? Two or more related words that do the work of a single word are called...A phrase is a group of related words that does not contain a subject and predicate : — • to love, on the right side, to have been loved, having seen...
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The Elements of Language and Grammar: A Practical Course for Use in ...

Alfred Hix Welsh - 1899
...= The storm is growing wilder. Does of strength denote the same idea as strong? Two or more related words that do the work of a single word are called...What is the equivalent of thorny ? Of diligently ? Of (/rows ? Which of the equivalents are adjuncts ? Does it make any difference whether you read these...
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Administrative Assistant's & Secretary's Handbook

James Stroman, Kevin Wilson, Jennifer Wauson - Business & Economics - 2004 - 556 pages
...could be rewritten as, "The people who often listen to public radio like classical music." oun Phrases A phrase is a group of related words that does not include a subject and verb. If a subject and verb are present, it is considered to be a clause. A noun phrase...
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